Workforce Development Conference 2018
Dr Salah Tofik Balaky, as the HMU-CDC Director, participated in the Workforce Development Conference organized by USA Irex in collaboration with USA Embassy in Iraq 2 days 12-13/12/2018, Babylon Hotel in Baghdad.   More detail
Dehydration During Winter Season.
An interview of Rudaw Media Network, Nuroj program, with the head of department of physiotherapy Dr Dler Q. Gallaly. During a limited time of the interview, I answered several questions including: The factors that cause dehydration in winter, Who are more susceptible for dehydration?, How can we... More detail
The 2nd Annual Festival of Health and Safety
The College of Health Sciences and the Directorate of Health and Safety at Hawler Medical University organized the 2nd annual festival of health and safety on 2 May 2018, under the supervision of the University President, Assistant Professor Dr. Dara O. Meran, and the participation of a number of... More detail
Certificate of participation in Young Inventors Project...
We from the college of Health Sciences would like to congratulate Dr. Salah Tofik Balaky for awarding the certificate of participation in Young Inventors Project Olympiad 2018 ran by Ronaki Ishik Company More detail
The first workshop on CPD system.
This workshop was about how to edit the activities ( conferences,workshop, seminars and other ) in CPD system and how to edit the teacher academic profile. More detail
1st Scientific Conference on Women’s Health
Dr. Ahmed Akil Khudhair participated in the 1st Scientific Conference on Women’s Health, which was held by Center for Research and Education in Women’s Health (CREWH)/ Hawler Medical University. In 28-29 March 2018, Dedeman Hotel –Erbil – Kurdistan – Iraq. And he participated by a research... More detail
HMU-CDC in collaboration with Rwanga-Foras
 The Career Development Center at Hawler Medical University (CDC-HMU) in collaboration with Rwanga/ Foras conducted a second training workshop for the 3rd and 4th year students of College of Health Sciences on how to write CV, Job interviews and Registering with Rwanga/ Foras to have a better... More detail
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Course Description

The program is specifically designed to provide students with a thorough grounding in the theory and practice of clinical biochemistry as conducted within the modern health science laboratory. In particular, the program seeks to develop their academic, practical, professional and communication skills.

 Aims

The program aims to:

  • provide them with  understanding and applied knowledge in the theory and practice of clinical biochemistry
  • equips them with a critical understanding of how biochemical investigations are employed to develop a clinical diagnosis
  • provides them with the necessary professional and research skills to promote lifelong learning and career development

 Special features

The program provides students with a unique opportunity to undertake professional and research skills education and training with students from    the other health science. Through shared taught units they will benefit from learning whilst at the same time gaining the ability to apply knowledge  and understanding specific to clinical biochemistry.

 Teaching and learning

A range of teaching and learning methodologies including lectures, workshops, problem-based learning exercises, will be employed to achieve  programmed intended learning outcomes.

  Course Unit Details

This course provides a comprehensive study of the anatomy and physiology of the human body, which focuses on the structure and function of  the human body. Related facts, principles, and concepts of chemistry and biochemistry are integrated where needed for increased understanding.  This part of the course will include study of the cell and tissues.

The graduate should understand the necessity of considering the patient's benefit as part of each test that they perform. They should be  committed to accuracy and reliability in their work, and understand the importance of personal and professional ethics when dealing with patients  and should treat any results or information received with highest confidentiality.

 Course Objectives:

During the study, students must be able to demonstrate competence in preparing and interpreting a variety of clinical specimens, including appropriate documentation which may include working with laboratory information systems. Students must also exhibit appropriate behaviors with  respect to interpersonal relationships, dependability, integrity and professionalism.

Students will have met the objectives of the Clinical courses by demonstrating competence in:

  • conducting themselves in accordance with laboratory policies and procedures at each clinical site.
  • accountability for accurate, independent pre-resulting interpretation for a variety of clinical specimens and the responsibility for professional behavior of a practicing.
  • participation in staff review of procedures with Medical Laboratory Scientists and Laboratory Directors.
  • participation in laboratory organization, including manual and/or computerized record keeping and reporting systems, quality control and quality  assurance procedures.
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